Olamide Reacted To NBC Banning His Song
Following its present verbal confrontation, Olamide’s new record “Wo” has been denied by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC). The record is one of five songs which has been named by the NBC as “Not to be Broadcasted.”
The venture released the once-over, saying it has confined the 5 songs from being unveiled on all area radio and TV stations. The tunes are: Olamide’s “Wo” and ‘Wavy Level’, Davido’s “Fall” and ‘If(Remix)’, and 9ice’s ‘Living Things.’ There has been no official inspiration driving why the tunes were boycotted.
I have no points of hoisting tobacco to get people butchered, Olamide says. YBNL director, Olamide has reacted to the airplay blacklist NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) set on his club banger, ‘Wo’.
As demonstrated by the indigenous rapper, he has no objective of hoisting tobacco to get people killed with his music. The blacklist came after Federal Ministry of Health drove by honourabe Minister Isaac Adewole said Olamide’s new street tune of acclaim “WO” is neglecting Tobacco Control Act 2015.